New Army Patch Closely Resembles Muslim Brotherhood Symbol

The U.S. Army has a new shoulder patch that is a far cry from reflecting American pride and patriotism.  The colors of the patch, as well as the symbolism is shockingly similar to Muslim Brotherhood symbol.

USA Today reports that “the Army’s patch features crossed scimitars, a palm wreath and stars. The scimitars, short swords with curved blades, are meant to symbolize the twin goals of the U.S.-led coalition: to defeat the Islamic State, also referred to as ISIL, and to restore stability in the region, according to Army documents. The palm wreath is symbol of honor. While the stars and the buff-and-blue colors on the patch indicate the three-star command and the land, air and sea forces involved in the fight.”

Is this new patch to help are fearless soldiers blend in?  Seriously, what is the point of the nearness in similarity to that of our enemy?
Maj. Gen. Robert Dees (U.S. Army, ret.) stated this past weekend at the Values Voters Summit, and as reported by CNS News, the military readiness of the United States is being “degraded by social experimentation. … Not only are we losing physical readiness to fight, we have to fix the problem of moral readiness.”
Ultimately, even this choice falls at the feet of the Commander in Chief.  Obama holds the blame for the degradation of our military, as well as the moral readiness.  This patch only reflects his agenda and the weak position he desires America to hold in the world.




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